CIS was the recipient of a Barra Award in 2015, given to exemplary nonprofit organizations in the five-county Greater Philadelphia region that demonstrate great leadership, performance, and adaptability. The Barra Foundation provided CIS with two years of funding, which has helped support the innovative service delivery CIS has become known for.
The Philadelphia Autism Project awarded CIS a grant to develop training curriculum to support the services of Employment Professionals throughout the City of Philadelphia. Their generous support will help improve regional access to quality services and interventions by training professionals in best practices, including information specific to supporting individuals on the autism spectrum.
Enterprise Holdings Foundation supports CIS through their Employee Request grant program. Their generous gift supported CIS’ Mobile Technology Improvement Initiative, providing staff members with mobile devices to streamline workflow and provide enhanced supports in the workplace.
Whole Foods Callowhill sponsors CIS through their Nickels for Nonprofits program, where customers can choose to donate their reusable bag credit to local nonprofit organizations.
Target Rittenhouse Square supports our mission through in-kind donations.